Paris Jackson has broken her silence about the explosive new HBO documentary, Leaving Neverland.
Via a series of Twitter posts, the model replied to a user who wrote that she believed the recent negative press coverage was all a ploy to get Paris to comment on the newest allegations of Michael Jackson's wrongdoings, reports news.com.au.
Despite having the most to lose financially in the wake of the documentary — inheriting her late father's 1.5 billion estate upon his death with her two brothers Prince and Blanket — she said that money is of little importance to her.
The other half of the King of Pop's estate went to his mother Katherine Jackson, who was also named the guardian for his three children, even though their mother Debbie Rowe is still alive.
The estate is looked after by John Blanca and John McClain, both of whom are currently dealing with the $100 million lawsuit with HBO.
Throughout the second instalment of the documentary, Australian choreographer Wade Robson claimed that only a few days after Jackson paid millions to settle a case amid claims of sexual assault and child molestation, the singer invited Mr Robson and his family to his secluded Santa Barbara estate.
While there, Mr Robson alleged he was molested by Jackson, even though he had testified otherwise.